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Is this to much Disney/Pixar?

Is this to much Disney/Pixar?

Eric Johnson, Staff Reporter

April 19, 2016


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When “Finding Dory” swims into theaters in June, youngsters who saw the first “Finding Nemo” back in 2003 while still in diapers, tossing back apple juice filled sippy-cups, will nearly be adults. Seventy-three students from grades 11 and 12, a near 50-50 ratio of males to females, said t...

Voting available for the young

Madie Gee-Montgomery, Staff Reporter

April 15, 2016


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Politics in the United States right now are in full force. Candidates are scrambling to get states on their sides to hopefully win the primaries. Stockbridge High School held a mock election where everyone in the school was able to vote for whom they wanted to be president. Oddly enough, the scho...

Finding Political Identity

Finding Political Identity

Kaylee Barker, Managing Editor

April 12, 2016


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  Believe it or not, arguing on live debates and searching for a way to expose scandals about the other runner has not always been the primary focus of the presidential race opponents. As many saw televised, 2016 opponents such as Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders have criticized each other and ...

Science Olympiad provides insight into new Michigan science standards

Science Olympiad provides insight into new Michigan science standards

James White, Content Editor

April 11, 2016


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Igniting a competitive, but passionate flame inside of themselves, Stockbridge Science Olympians are preparing to rush the competition for the gold. The group exemplifies scientific curiosity and a tenacity for problem solving and teamwork. These Olympians are not running at breakneck speeds; however,...

Death with dignity

Death with dignity

Emma Lockhart, Senior Reporter

March 23, 2016


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Last breaths can be the most painful inhalations of one’s life, and very few have the choice of when they can take that breath. The last few breaths of a patient's life could be quicker for the ones in too much pain. But only in four states. The Death with Dignity National Center (DDNC) is a political fun...

Mind, body, balance and scientific soundness

Mind, body, balance and scientific soundness

James White, Content Editor

March 18, 2016


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Perform a Google Image search for "meditation" and witness a sea of surreal pictures of shadowy figures or mysterious monks, legs crossed and hands performing one of many mudras, in some far away monastery or tranquil location in nature. For many, meditation is a spiritual ritual where one connects with...

Lending a paw

Lending a paw

Eric Johnson, Staff Reporter

March 15, 2016


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Waking up and getting everyone ready is an everyday routine. Leaving to walk her kids to school, Jill Ogden has her seeing eye dog Quest faithfully by her side for the whole way. During the day while her kids are at school, Ogden does day to day things while Quest is off duty, meaning she can be a n...

Is God real?

Is God real?

Brianna Gomez and Kaylee Barker

March 14, 2016


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Churches, synagogues, mosques and monasteries. People have been attending and integrating their own beliefs into these religious places for centuries. According to the study done by Pew Research Center’s Forum on Religion & Public Life, 84 percent of the world population has some religious ...

Cancer in return for healthy eating

Cancer in return for healthy eating

Emma Lockhart, Business Manager

March 9, 2016


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Every day, toxins and unhealthy chemicals are loaded into mouths and masticated without much thought. But if we were to get down to the molecular level of what is put in our bodies, the threat of bodily corruption could be more easily seen. Some foods that may be taken in on a daily basis, can be more...

Reinforcing Memory

Reinforcing Memory

James White, Content Editor

March 7, 2016


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The human brain interprets thousands upon thousands bits of information every day. Names, places, numbers, faces, dates, sounds, scents, sights, emotions. All of these components are encased within the mind in a neat package that we refer to as a memory. Essential to everything we do, memories are invalu...

Every 52 minutes

Every 52 minutes

Brianna Gomez and Kaylee Barker

February 29, 2016


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Almost another hour goes by and another person dies. By the end of the day, 28 people are dead. By the end of the week, 196 people are dead. These numbers add up, and by the end of the year, more than 10,000 people die a year from drunk driving in the U.S. The Center for Disease Control (CDC)  repor...

Academic excellence pays off on and off the field

Academic excellence pays off on and off the field

Hannah Kightlinger, Photo Editor

February 29, 2016


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The pressure of academic excellence can be too much for some students. Some will crumble under the pressure; others will rise. Junior Mason Gee-Montgomery has been one of those students who has risen to become not only the first in his class, but the best on football field as well.  “I need to keep my 4...

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